MACLYN is hiring a Tour Manager to plan and execute a 5-month event marketing sampling tour throughout cities in the Midwest during the late Summer/early Fall of 2024.

This position is a full-time position that requires a combination of planning the tour in advance (researching events/venue contracts, logistics, etc.) and managing the event onsite (weekends). The events will be held every weekend from August through November and will last 4-6 hours (markets listed below).

Ideal candidates are looking for the unique combination of a consistent, year-long remote position + onsite event management with travel in/out of the venues (primarily on weekends). During the tour, days off will be slated for mid-week, to accommodate the weekend tour schedule.


  • Detroit
  • Cleveland
  • Columbus
  • Pittsburgh
  • Dayton
  • Cincinnati
  • Louisville


  • Tour Planning
    • Research and conduct outreach to local events and venue to schedule tour stops and storage facilities for the tour vehicle
    • Coordinate all contract/pre-event logistics in preparation for the events
    • Manage promotional staff planning for each event
    • Properly report and manage budget travel and event expenses
    • Oversee signage, staff uniforms and event activations supplies in advance of – and during – the tour
    • Coordinate with MACLYN team about upcoming event details
    • Join team and training calls, when necessary
    • Other duties, as assigned
  • Onsite Event Activation
    • Pre-Event:
      • Travel to tour stop
      • Prepare vehicle (gas, maintenance, etc.) and load product, water, and ice prior to each event
      • Test all equipment
      • Drive vehicle to each event and set up vehicle for activations
    • During:
      • Produce a superior sampling experience
      • Produce a superior coffee sampling product to brand standards
      • Manages a team (1 – 3 people) of on-site brand ambassadors
      • Exhibit leadership in training and coordinating brand ambassadors through product knowledge, managing operational procedures, and setting event goals
      • Maintain high-level of customer service
      • Receive a constant 100% score for vehicle cleanliness
    • Post-Event:
      • Drive vehicle to storage facility
      • Complete recap and with photos, activation numbers and quotes
      • Facilitate inventory reports and order/replenish as needed
      • Travel out of tour stops
    • Additional Ongoing Tour Administrative Needs
      • Manage routine vehicle maintenance – oil changes, washes, etc. to keep the vehicle in proper working conditions


  • Class C – Non CDL or higher license with clean driving record
  • Previous tour management experience
  • Able to lift heavy items – over 50 lbs.
  • Able to stand on feet for extended periods of time
  • Proactive and friendly personality, self-motivated, and reliable
  • Common knowledge in use of gas-powered generator and basic electrical wiring understanding


  • Salary commensurate with experience (including health benefits)
  • Per diem provided while traveling
  • Work with a fun, friendly, outgoing team

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